The Week in Media

UTV Media, the owner of radio broadcaster TalkSport and Sport magazine, has been dealt a significant blow with the news that MD of sales Adam Bullock and programme director Moz Dee are to leave the company.

The Daily Telegraph has reported the biggest daily readership across print and web in the quality sector, boasting an overall daily readership of 1.89 million, according to the latest round of audited readership figures.

Jazz FM and Aberdeen Asset Management have developed a marketing partnership with British Airways that will enable BA travellers to listen to their mix CD while in the air.

UK radio revenues for sponsorship and promotions were up 8.1 per cent during 2012, according to figures from the Radio Advertising Bureau.

Very.co.uk has struck a partnership with Channel 5. The firm's products, which include branded dressing gowns, will feature in the Big Brother house and on the channel's website.

ITV has agreed the third product-placement deal for daytime show This Morning, with DFS providing sofas for the set for 2013.

The Guardian is launching an audio edition, in a tie-up with Audible, the provider of digital audio books.

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